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Nesting the Platonic Solids

The Platonic solids are unique in many ways and are of interest to mathematicians, physical scientists, and spiritual teachers. The image below shows all five of the Platonic Solids as three- dimensional shapes. They are constructed from a simple kit using wooden sides and plastic vertexes.

This image shows all five Platonic solids.
The Platonic solids

I have put all five of the Platonic solids together to show how they can be nested in Metatron’s cube. The image below shows them nested within Metatron’s cube.

This image shows the Platonic solids nested within Metatron's cube.
Metatron's cube in 3D

In this image, the dodecahedron is on the outside. The icosahedron is the next Platonic solid within the Metatron’s cube. You can see how the vertex of the icosahedron intersects the middle of the plane of each face of the dodecahedron. Remember, they are duals of each other.

The purpose in visualizing Metatron’s cube in three dimensions is to see how the Platonic solids all move in relation to each other. This movement is very important for it is how Metatron’s cube creates its own energy. The movement of the Platonic solids can vary in speed and direction and as it does, it changes the overall frequency of Metatron’s cube. Different frequencies produce different results.

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